Groups Spar Over Feasibility Of Technology To Cut GHGs From Gas Plants

June 9, 2022
Power generators, environmental groups and some local regulators are sparring over the best technologies for cutting greenhouse gas emissions from natural gas-fired power plants, with EPA calls for comment on the use of carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) and cofiring with hydrogen drawing especially stark contrasts. The groups’ differences are spelled out in recently filed comments on EPA’s April 21 white paper seeking input on a suite of technologies to reduce GHGs from natural gas plants, including by improving...

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